Kinghorn Wildlife Watch - May report

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Kinghorn Wildlife Watch - May report

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We're delighted to share May's biodiversity report from Dr Robert Mill our new wildlife and nature blogger.

We introduced you to Dr Robert Mill in late April where he shared reports covering March and April's sightings.  If you didn't see these, here's a link below:-

March and April biodiversity reports 

Here's a link to his latest report detailing all the different plants and wildlife sightings from around Kinghorn Loch, Kinghorn and the coastal path.    

May biodiversity report 

As we said before in our last post we are well and truly blessed in Kinghorn to have so much wildlife around us, which Robert has so eloquently pulled together and brought alive for us.  

To read his blog you can find them here every month.  We hope you enjoy reading them and if you are visiting Kinghorn Loch don't forget to share your pictures with us - tag us on social media and we would love it if you could share this to help spread the joy of nature. 

Thank you to Robert for supporting the Centre.

Picture = Nettle-tap (Anthopilia fabriciana) on Wood Forget-me-not (Myosotis sylvatica)

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